LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Tue Oct 23 2007

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LINGUIST List Summary: Issues Posted on Tue Oct 23 2007.

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18.3095, Qs: Corpus of Clipped Forms

  1) From:      Denis Jamet < djamet at >
     Subject:   Corpus of Clipped Forms

18.3096, FYI: MA in European Linguistics, Freiburg, Germany

  1) From:      Alice Blumenthal < alice.blumenthal at >
     Subject:   MA in European Linguistics, Freiburg, Germany

18.3097, FYI: Research Grants Available

  1) From:      J M Clark < jmc at >
     Subject:   Research Grants Available

18.3098, Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Lingware and Quality Engineer, SVOX AG

  1) From:      Steiner Barbara < steiner at >
     Subject:   Computational Linguistics: Lingware and Quality Engineer, SVOX AG, Zurich, Switzerland

18.3099, Books: Syntax: Haslinger

  1) From:      Rianne Giethoorn < lot at >
     Subject:   The Syntactic Location of Events: Haslinger

18.3100, Jobs: Various Langs & Indo-European: Research Fellowships, U of Bergen

  1) From:      Jóhanna Barðdal < johanna.barddal at >
     Subject:   Russian/Classical Linguistics, Various Languages & Indo-European: 2 PhD Research Fellowships, University of Bergen, Norway

18.3101, Jobs: Dutch & Discourse Analysis: Asst Prof, VU University Amsterdam

  1) From:      Wilbert Spooren < w.spooren at >
     Subject:   Dutch & Discourse Analysis: Asst Prof, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

18.3102, Jobs: German, Standard & Lexicography: Post Doc, ZHAW Zurich University

  1) From:      Urs Willi < urs.willi at >
     Subject:   German, Standard & Lexicography: Post Doc, ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

18.3103, Jobs: Phonetics: Assistant Professor, University of Calgary

  1) From:      John Archibald < john.archibald at >
     Subject:   Phonetics: Assistant Professor, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

18.3104, Jobs: Applied Linguistics: Assistant Prof, Eastern Michigan University

  1) From:      Jeff Popko < apopko at >
     Subject:   Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI, USA

18.3105, Confs: Applied Linguistics, General Linguistics/Austria

  1) From:      Eva Lavric < eva.lavric at >
     Subject:   Language and Football

18.3106, Confs: Computational Ling, Ling & Literature,Text,Corpus Ling/UK

  1) From:      Ylva Berglund Prytz < natcorp at >
     Subject:   Large-scale XML Corpora in Language and Literature

18.3107, Jobs: Eng Assessment; Lang Pedagogy: Asst/Assoc Prof Portland State U

  1) From:      Barbara Pijan < bpijan at >
     Subject:   English & Testing/Assessment; Language Pedagogy: Assistant/Associate Professor, Portland State University, OR, USA

18.3108, Jobs: Morphology/Semantics/Socioling: Asst Prof, Wayne State University

  1) From:      Ljiljana Progovac < progovac at >
     Subject:   Morphology/Semantics/Sociolinguistics: Assistant Professor, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA

18.3109, Jobs: English & Applied Linguistics: Asst/Assoc Prof, Ming Chuan U

  1) From:      Cindy Huang < job at >
     Subject:   English & Applied Linguistics: Assistant or Associate Professor, Ming Chuan University, Taipei, Taiwan

18.3110, Calls: Cognitive Science,Phonetics/USA; Computational Ling/Australia

  1) From:      Eric Raimy < raimy at >
     Subject:   CUNY Phonology Forum Conference on the Syllable

  2) From:      Martin Forst < mforst at >
     Subject:   Thirteenth International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference

18.3111, Calls: General Ling/USA; Applied Ling/France

  1) From:      Daniel Collins < collins.232 at >
     Subject:   Slavic Linguistics Society

  2) From:      Frederic Torterat < frederic.torterat at >
     Subject:   Interpellation, Linguistics and Didactic Prospects

18.3112, Calls: General Ling,Phonology/USA; Syntax/Netherlands

  1) From:      Natasha Abner < nabner at >
     Subject:   27th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics

  2) From:      Kristina Riedel < k.riedel at >
     Subject:   Movement and Word Order in Bantu

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